Tag Archives: Carly Rudiger

Sexual assault an issue that affects many

“When I was a freshman in high school, I was walking home through the woods to my house, and a 20-something-year-old guy came up behind me and pushed me down…

Why our generation is destined to fail

Teachers and parents hold students hands so much, we never get the chance to grab on to our own lives. If you forget your homework, no worries: your mom will…

Awareness shines a light on suicide’s prevalence

During the 2015 Academy Awards, Dana Perry won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject and shocked the audience when she dedicated the win to her son Evan, whom she…

Newcomer Samuel Velazquez pulls a Susan Boyle

“He was legendary.” “He blew it away.” “He should be a professional.” These are comments from students regarding the last Singer-Songwriters’ show Feb. 27. The performer: junior Samuel Velazquez. Velazquez…

Abolish the stigma against dating outside your age

Has anyone ever noticed the stigma around dating people outside of your age range? Why was the term “cougar” invented? It seems far more common and far more accepted for…

Does tenure help or hurt teaching?

Many students know that teachers have tenure, but far fewer actually know what tenure is or even that it is “tenure,” not “ten year.” Tenure guarantees teachers job security and…

Coming soon: Composting to create energy

Chances are you eat lunch every day. Some days you might even have leftover food. Have you ever been torn about where to put your leftovers? Starting in March, CHS…

Student feelings toward school dances split

Up until last year, according to activities coordinator Leigh Cambra, Carmel students would go on buses to prom, stay for about 10 minutes, then leave. Last year, with the support…

Do you know Pam as well as you think you do?

Most students know Pamela Sullivan as the campus supervisor with short blond hair and a tone of voice not to be messed with. But behind the sometimes tough façade is…

Has our nation become too politically correct?

Respecting other cultures, watching your words and keeping up with proper pronouns is important. But telling a 6-year-old child she can’t dress up like a Native American for Halloween because…